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Trump faces peril in docs probe after decades of scrutiny – Associated Press

As a businessman and president, Donald Trump faced a litany of lawsuits and criminal investigations yet emerged from the legal scrutiny time and again with his public and political standing largely intact. But he’s perhaps never confronted a probe as perilous as the Mar-a-Lago investigation, an inquiry focused on the potential mishandling of top-secret documents.


Opinion: Still Against the ‘Dead Consensus’ – Josh Hammer

In the aftermath of the Republican Party’s recent midterm elections debacle, right-liberal sharks are circling. These devoted acolytes of what a prominent 2019 First Things manifesto called the American Right’s “dead consensus” think they see blood in the water. Indeed, the “dead consensus” praetorian guard has apparently decided that now is the time for a


Opinion: A Five-Step Plan for a Trump 2024 Victory – Inside Sources

Photo: Official White House Photo by Joyce N. Boghosian Former president Donald Trump’s announcement of a 2024 White House run was predictable, even if the timing was suspect. He delivered his message calmly and clearly, and he remained on point. The problem is the message was given by a man who has been branded by

U.S. Senate

Florida’s Scott takes on McConnell in bid for Senate leader – Associated Press

Florida Sen. Rick Scott said Tuesday that he will mount a long-shot bid to unseat Senate Republican leader Mitch McConnell, opening the latest front in an intraparty battle between allies of McConnell and former President Donald Trump over the direction of the GOP following a disappointing showing in last week’s midterm elections. The announcement by


Opinion: The Story of the Midterms: The Cult vs. The Cause – Inside Sources

“He who has a ‘why’ to live for can bear almost any ‘how,’” wrote philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche, and this midterm election suggests he was on to something. Nietzche’s point was that people are willing to sacrifice material comforts and their personal well-being in service to a cause greater than themselves. One of the most common

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